Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 21 May 2024

UN CODES is using the fabricated climate crisis to usher in digital twins and the Internet of Things

In 2022 the United Nations launched its CODES Action Plan.  Using the mitigation of “climate change” as justification, the plan incorporates planetary digital twins and digital product passports.

he United Nations CODES Action Plan (“the Plan”) was presented during the Fifth Session of the United Nations Environment Assembly (“UNEA-5”) in February/March 2022. The Plan is a creation of the Coalition for Digital Environmental Sustainability (“CODES”), an alliance established in March 2021in response to the UN Secretary General’s ‘Roadmap for Digital Cooperation’.

A few months later, in June 2022, the Plan was launched by a UN-backed coalition of 1,000 stakeholders from over 100 countries.  It is championed by the United Nations Environment Programme (“UNEP”), the United Nations Development Programme (“UNDP”), the International Science Council (“ISC”), the German Environment Agency (“UBA”), the Kenya Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Future Earth and Sustainability in the Digital Age, a think tank at Concordia University, Canada. These co-champions act as the Secretariat for CODES, working closely with the UN Office of the Secretary General’s Envoy on Technology.

The Plan is meant to inform the emerging set of priorities for the ‘Global Digital Compact’ as set out in the UN Secretary-General’s report ‘Our Common Agenda’.

Our Common Agenda was released by António Guterres in September 2021 and called for the world to “turbocharge action” on the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (“SDGs”).  It also called for a ‘Summit of the Future’ which is to be held in September 2024 and the outcome is expected to be the ratification of the ‘Pact for the Future’.

Further reading: Summoning the Pact for the Future: A new global order with a digital control system run by “trustworthy” AI, Jacob Nordangård, 3 February 2024

Advocates of the Plan claim that digital innovations have the potential to help mitigate some of the world’s most pressing environmental and societal challenges, such as climate change, biodiversity loss, toxic pollution and waste, food insecurity, public health risks and inequity. The transformational capabilities of these innovations, they say, are crucial for the successful implementation of the UN’s 2030 Agenda and achieving the 17 SDGs by 2030.

The German Environment Agency, or Umwelt Bundesamt (“UBA”), said in a 2022 press release that to achieve the UN’s digital vision, three fundamental shifts are necessary. These three systemic shifts have 18 strategic priorities that are needed for the digital transformation.

The third shift is worthy of particular note.  Shift 3 is to “accelerate innovation.”  One of its strategic priorities is the “planetary digital twin.”  As SparkBlue explained:[1]

[Shift 3] Accelerate innovation: Mobilise and catalyse funding and resources to advance digital innovation that accelerates environmental and social sustainability for the “whole-of-society”. Examples include digital twins of the planet, digital product passports, sustainable digital e-commerce, and digitally enabled off-grid solutions.

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